full sushi, amazing terriaki sauce, nice always, full yanagi, not fabulous amazing deal nor, amazing deal nor, great lu
I DIED AND WENT TO HEAVEN. So i have never been into sea food, My whole family loves sea food, but their favorite is sushi! When ever i went out with them i would alway get a terriyaki chicken and rice...boring! It wasn't until a few months ago i ran into this place after i went tanning (Miami Tan right next door). I went with some friends who eat sushi on a regular basis, so they knew what to order. I of course ordered their Chicken Bowl, (TOO DIE FOR!!! They make their own terriyaki sauce...AMAZING!) Everyone else ordered rolls. I decided to be daring and try sushi again, and let me tell you I WAS SO GLAD I DID! Their Philli Roll and Shrimp tempura roll is honestly the best thing i have ever ate! Fresh fish, great presentation, and a great staff! I would recommend this place to anyone! GO HERE!
Kinda like mall food.
I had seen 5 stars on these pages and decided to pack up the family and try this place out. Easy to park - few people in the restaurant, few people walking in while we were seated - it all looked and sounded pretty good. But, the chicken teriyaki lunch special although cheap was pretty much like food court fare. The salad had "french" dressing - in a "japanese/asian" restaurant !!!! It was served on a paper plate with a plastic fork - I know we're saving money - but it was a little too cheap for a "sit down" restaurant. The sushi lunch special was just okay. Iced tea was green tea made from a powder - no brewed tea.
Okay, and one more pet peeve - if restaurants are going to use the fake "krab" as crabmeat (in this restaurant's case - in the California rolls) - let the customers know. Again, I know it's cheaper - but some of us will pay a little more to eat "real" food - especially when you think Japanese food is supposed to be more healthy.
I saw a few "locals" coming in to buy lunches in styrofoam boxes from a serving area near the cash register - maybe that stuff is better for takeout? I spent a little over $10 a person after everything was done - not an amazing deal nor was the food fabulous. I guess if you work nearby and this is one of your only quick options compared to burgers it's okay.
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